Dr.Suryaraju Mattimalla

Today you may have decapitated my torso


“Are you happy with my decapitation?
Today you may be decapitated, my head.
Today you may have decapitated my torso.
Today you may have burnt me alive.
Today you may lynch me alive.
Today you may stab me alive.
Today you may be thrown off the building.
Today you may be shooting me alive.
Today you may be poisoning me alive.
Today you may rape me alive.
Today you may have dismembered me alive.
You could murder me alive today.
You may have killed me alive today.
But, but
Everyone has a day.
Death date
Nobody can escape from it.
Today you may be killing me forcefully.
But tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow
You will have to reply to
1948 genocide convention.
Today you may be killing me forcefully.
But tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow
You will have to reply to
1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Educate, educate, educate.
About the 1948 Genocide Convention.
Educate, educate, educate.
1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.”

  • Authors: Dr.Suryaraju Mattimalla
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  • Finished: November 15th, 2022 08:30
  • Limit: 6 stanzas
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  • Comment from author about the poem: Dedicated to at least one billion of the most persecuted categories on earth, i.e., untouchable castes, sexual minorities, blacks, victims of Hindus, Sikhs, Muslims, Jains, Parsis, Christians, hegemonic masculinities and feminities, and the State. Let me tell you that UNTOUCHABLE/DALIT LIVES MATTER, NEGRO/BLACK LIVES MATTER, LGBTQ LIVES MATTER, and TRUTH & JUSTICE MATTER protests against deep-rooted caste, untouchability, race, gender oppression, lies, and injustice are "more than legitimate". Dr.Suryaraju Mattimalla. LGBTQ Lives Matter JusticeForMohammedArifChintakuntaChennakeshavuluJoluShivaAndJolluNaveen “There will be no death penalty, extrajudicial killings, or judicial killings. Judicial killing is a crime against constitutional morality, and extrajudicial killing is a crime against humanity. Even criminals have the right to life in prison.” Dr.Suryaraju Mattimalla. Author of the globally acclaimed "Compatibility of the Death Penalty with the Purpose of Criminal Punishment in Ethiopia" Why I Am Not Indian: The Untouchable Rejecting India's Citizenship LGBTQ Rights Campaigner + Untouchable Lives Matter Campaigner + Black Lives Matter Campaigner + Human Rights Campaigner+ Anti-Death Penalty Campaigner Dr. Suryaraju Mattimalla (he/they), black, untouchable caste, labour, founder of Equality Religion.
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Comments2

  • Ninkasi

    Intense , heart wrenching and brings your heart to your mouth!Gripping and captivating to the point where you can hear your cells exploding against your skin.

  • Dr.Suryaraju Mattimalla

    Thank you



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